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Quick tips lift Durango past Grand Junction in volleyball

By Scott Schlaufman

The Grand Junction High School volleyball team expected to face a barrage of attacks Saturday against defending Southwestern League champion Durango. Although the Demons attempted plenty of spikes in their 25-17, 25-13, 25-19 win, the Tigers ...


Palisade volleyball team earns first win over Eagle Valley since 2007

By Staff

The Palisade High School volleyball team wasn’t going to let up. Instead of packing it in and taking another loss to Eagle Valley, the Bulldogs rallied for a 25-22, 19-25, 22-25, 25-23, 15-9 victory Saturday in Gypsum. It was ...


Early lead lifts Indians to victory over Bulldogs in softball

By Staff

Palisade High School’s softball team couldn’t recover from a slow start Saturday and fell to a speedy Montrose team 17-7 at Palisade. Montrose (7-5) took a 9-0 lead in the first three innings and had 10 stolen bases in the ...


Late field goal lifts Rifle

By Staff

RIFLE — Battle Mountain led 21-19. Rifle had the ball on the 25-yard line with the clock ticking down the final 30 seconds, with no timeouts left. Marcos Gutierrez came on the field and kicked a 42-yard field goal with 6 seconds left ...


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Tigers prep for Durango with rout of Cortez

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School boys soccer team kept its focus on Friday’s opponent instead of peeking ahead to today’s, pummeling Montezuma-Cortez 13-0 at Canyon View Park. On an adjacent field, Fruita Monument scored an early ...


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Olathe overcomes turnovers to top Basalt

By William Woody

OLATHE — Ryan Corn wants his Olathe High School football team to be hungry. Friday night, his team rebounded from two straight losses to defeat Basalt 17-12 in front of a packed homecoming crowd. “It was ugly, but it felt ...


Wildcats hang tough, still fall to Durango

By Scott Schlaufman

Fruita Monument High School volleyball coach Bob Richardson knew his team would face a challenge Friday against Durango. After all, the Demons were last year’s Southwestern League champions and brought with them the experienced hitting ...


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Central routs Hinkley at Stocker to win first game

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All season, the Central High School football team began the final quarter of play with an opportunity to win. The Warriors, though, would give up the lead and lose the game. On Friday night, Central (1-3) built an 18-point lead entering the ...


Palisade escapes with win over Glenwood

By Jon Mitchell

GLENWOOD SPRINGS —  Two solid drives got the Glenwood Springs High School football team back in the game against Palisade on Friday night. One final drive clinched the game for the second-ranked Bulldogs at Stubler Memorial ...


Top-ranked Tigers use passing game in victory over Westminster

By Staff

The top-ranked Grand Junction High School football team wanted to work on its passing game Friday against Westminster. The Wolves obliged by stacking nine players in the box to try to stop the running game. The Tigers threw to the tune of a ...


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